While it’s true that Washington, D.C. hosts the nation’s most famous house at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, and that many of its citizens work in politics and non-profits, DC is not as quiet as it appears on first glance. Sure, most tourists head to the National Mall or the Smithsonian Museums, but if you look a little deeper you’ll find a thriving culture. Washington, D.C. is home to more than a few jazz greats (including Duke Ellington) and the city’s live music tradition continues to run strong at its legendary clubs and bars.

Washington DC Jewelry

The Smithsonian Museums often host spectacular diamond collections, as does the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. Of course, you can always check out the 14th Street Corridor if you’re looking to spot fine diamond jewelry and gold jewelry in Washington, D.C.

If you’re shopping for a diamond, you can buy diamonds in Logan Circle, Shaw, or the U Street Corridor. There are stores selling diamond jewelry – like wedding bands, engagement rings, and diamond pendants – at the Union Station Mall or at the new mall in Columbia Heights.